josealvesjr wrote: The other day I read a story about a woman who broke her leg on a sidewalk in NYC. Bystanders who came to her aid wanted to call for an ambulance but the woman said "please call for an Uber" because I´m not insured and an ambulance will cost $3.000. I hope that was Fake News.
I would guess that is true. An ambulance is expensive. Since it was NYC, I am guessing the prices
for ambulance service is even higher than some other locations.
Most of my office visits are $82.00 per visit.
One of my labs is $227.33 (vampire)
The ear nose throat doctor for scope was $437.00 (nosey doctor (get it?))
The lab for the adrenal gland was $1,234.05 (they took my blood and should have paid me, vampires)
Pet scan was $11,763.40
The contrast solution shot in my veins for the pet scan was over $3,000.00
The cat scans (2) was over $2,000.00 each.
I could go on but I will stop there.
I'd estimate a total of approximately $30,000 to $40,000 including the upcoming
colonoscopy Monday. Think of me when you are eating your Sunday Easter dinner....
I be drinking water and coke.